MOVING ON: Superstar Cristiano Ronaldo. Photo:FRANCISCO SECO/AP

Ronaldo’s move to Juventus could go one of two ways – either he will be forgotten or he will have a really long career. 

But no matter how you look at it, moving to Serie A is a step down for the five-time Ballon d’Or winner. 

Think about it like this. You see the mess the PSL has become? At this point, we don’t even know who is going to be playing in it or when it will kick off. 

Now imagine, that for the past seven seasons, only one club had won the league and for the four years had done the league and cup double.

What kind of competition would we be talking about? 

That is Serie A folks. 

He is guaranteed to win more titles in the famous black and white shirt. 

And at this rate, the Bianconeri will probably make it 10 in a row with Ronaldo’s goals. He scored 451 goals in 438 games for Real Madrid for crying out loud. 

Some people don’t like La Liga because it’s too predictable – it’s either Barcelona or Real. 

But Ron will have absolutely no competition in Italian football, not even when age finally catches up with the 33-year-old. 

So often, it was the desire to be the best, to outshine Lionel Messi that drove him. 

Now? What’s going to drive him? 

Juve have been raking in trophies for fun. It will be like taking candy from a baby for Ronaldo. 

Winning the Champions League is the only thing that can really be Ron’s ambition. 

Or maybe he wants the most goals of all time. 

At 676 career goals already, he isn’t too far off Josef Bican’s record of 805.

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